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Travel Blogs from Ax-les-Thermes
... the ball and throw the weirdly shaped ball towards Florian. The ball hits him, startling him, as it bounced off his head giving me a few precious seconds. I jump towards the water gun while doing a roll, as fast as I can. I push the air into the gun pushing pressure into the gun allowing me to spray the water contained inside the gun. I quickly duck behind a bush as Florian recovers from the ball hitting ...
... car, we've travelled 2100 km through the most gorgeous villages. The stone cottages are stunning, the vege gardens are inspiring and the people friendly and tolerant of our attempts to speak French.
In case you are interested, petrol costs about 1.59 Euros per litre ($2.40) but our Citroen is using 6 L/100km - not bad!!
We are looking forward to a week in a gite near the Mediterranean where hopefully the weather will be sunny and I can do some cooking again.
... before dropping down in to the village of Thorrent and then Sahorre, another lovely village at the head of the valley. It was a climb back up the other side of the valley to Col de Vernet before dropping back down into the valley and the campsite.
It thundered this evening and the temperature dropped significantly.
The campsite is next to a church tower with bells that chime every fifteen minutes. At quarter past it ding dongs, ...
... into town a long the R Ariege and find the Old Town, where the fair was apparently continuing
As we set off the rain stopped but it was still quite chilly. The river flows past the campsite and through the town. Swollen with snow melt it is one of the fastest flowing rivers we have seen.
... we had picked out a campsite on the edge of town ,right by the river
As we negotiated the one way system it became obvious there was some sort of Fair or procession going on, with bands and a group of men in long costumes with banners, followed by people on horseback.- and guess what ended up at the Tail End of the parade - a great big white motorhome!!